Korean recipes

Skip the takeaways and try your hand at these easy Korean recipes. Our collection includes Garlic-Ginger Pork Bibimbap, Gochujang Glazed Shrimp, and more.

Korean Ssamjang Veggie Fried Rice

with Mayonnaise

Ssamjang-Glazed Beef Brisket

with Garlic Rice & Cheesy Bacon Sweetcorn

Korean-Style Roasted Eggplant

with Garlic Rice, Sesame Veggies & Roasted Cashews

Korean Beef Bulgogi Bowl

with Garlic Rice & Sesame Mayo

Korean BBQ Tofu Tacos

with Quick–Pickled Onion & Soy Mayo

Korean-Style Beef Tacos

with Garlic Aioli & Crispy Shallots

Garlic-Ginger Pork Bibimbap

with Black Sesame Rice & Green Beans

Ginger Tofu & Sweet Chilli Rice Bowl

with Green Beans

Honey-Soy Beef Tacos

with Speedy Pickled Onion & Crispy Shallots

Korean Beef Bibimbap

with Black Sesame Rice

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Korean recipes

How to Make Your Own Korean Bibimbap

Bibimbap is one of our most popular Korean recipes at HelloFresh and it’s easy to tell why. A flavourful combination of rice, vegetables, protein and spices, it’s both balanced and delicious. Making it at home is easier than you think – all you need are these five components to master the classic Korean dish.

  1. Rice
    “Bibimbap” literally means “mixed rice” in Korean, which means this grain is the most important component of this dish. White rice is the most popular choice, but brown rice can be used for a more balanced version.
    2. Vegetables
    Fry up some veggies like carrot, mushrooms or spinach. There are no rules, so get creative with your vegetable picks, and don’t forget the soy sauce.
    4. Protein
    Bibimbap is usually served with thinly sliced beef. However, shredded chicken, crispy bacon or even fried tofu are great alternatives.
    5. Fried Egg
    In a traditional Korean bibimbap, a raw egg is cracked in right before serving, allowing the egg to cook when mixed into the hot rice. A fried egg sunny side up is just as delicious, though.
    6. Toppings Switch it up with different toppings. Kimchi and sesame seeds are always a good place to start, while sprouts and herbs add a beautiful pop of colour. And of course, the traditional gochujang (Korean chili paste) gives the dish a welcomed spicy kick!

#FreshTips

Korean recipes

How to Make Your Own Korean Bibimbap

Bibimbap is one of our most popular Korean recipes at HelloFresh and it’s easy to tell why. A flavourful combination of rice, vegetables, protein and spices, it’s both balanced and delicious. Making it at home is easier than you think – all you need are these five components to master the classic Korean dish.

  1. Rice
    “Bibimbap” literally means “mixed rice” in Korean, which means this grain is the most important component of this dish. White rice is the most popular choice, but brown rice can be used for a more balanced version.
    2. Vegetables
    Fry up some veggies like carrot, mushrooms or spinach. There are no rules, so get creative with your vegetable picks, and don’t forget the soy sauce.
    4. Protein
    Bibimbap is usually served with thinly sliced beef. However, shredded chicken, crispy bacon or even fried tofu are great alternatives.
    5. Fried Egg
    In a traditional Korean bibimbap, a raw egg is cracked in right before serving, allowing the egg to cook when mixed into the hot rice. A fried egg sunny side up is just as delicious, though.
    6. Toppings Switch it up with different toppings. Kimchi and sesame seeds are always a good place to start, while sprouts and herbs add a beautiful pop of colour. And of course, the traditional gochujang (Korean chili paste) gives the dish a welcomed spicy kick!

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